Grand Prix 3 [hints]
Rain driving in GP3 presents a whole new batch of problems,
as it does in real life. It is important to remember that
even a perfect setup won't allow you to hammer the throttle.
Instead, this is a time to practice your smoothness never
act hastily, and slowly introduce any changes in velocity
and momentum. And in the garage beforehand, try increasing
the downforce and softening the suspension. Of course, then
you'll have to increase the ride height, too, in order to
stop the frame from contacting the ground.
If you're a newcomer to automobile simulation racing, the
most important Driver Aid you have at your disposal is the
Best Line. Turn this aid on and a dotted line will appear
on the pavement to show you where on the track your car
should be positioned to best set up for maximum speed
through the turns. Remember, entering a corner from the
outside, cutting inside to the apex, then swinging back
outside during the exit using the curbs if you must is the
only way to drive.